Purgatory, and other ramblings

I do believe with my whole heart that there exists a ‘driving purgatory.’  And that purgatory has a special place reserved for people who drive 55 miles per hour, hanging out in the center left lane on a four-lane freeway.

And for those who don’t signal when turning, a special puragatory.

And for those who frigging don’t know how to use the yield sign at I-64 and Kingshighway, eternal purgation!


The Circus Harmony music is all fitting together nicely. The director and producer stopped by my home on Monday evening (after I arrived home from Variety Chorus), and I played tunes for them from the cache of things I’ve been scribbling.  I think we are all on the same chart now, and that makes me very happy.  This is going to be a fun show to compose.


I ordered holiday gifts on Monday for my colleagues at work: their own individual copy of Mapping Your Academic Career.  This book by Gary Burge was instrumental in awakening me to the career shifts and focuses that I see playing out in myself and others.  I think it high time that my colleagues each have a copy.


The new computer at work is finally up and running.


Speaking of Variety, the holiday show is Thursday, December 12 at 7.30 p.m. at The Sheldon.

https://varietystl.org/blog/variety-chorus-holiday-concert-save-the-date

We ran all the music on Monday evening this week, and find that we have a ways to go with memorization.  But these kids are brilliant, and we shall get there!


And this public service reminder:

https://babylonbee.com/news/evidence-suggests-saul-threw-spear-at-david-after-he-played-christmas-music-before-thanksgiving

 

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